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Hux et Veritas 

Saturday, December Thirteenth, Two Thousand and Eight 
Ten O'Clock in the Morning 

Tiger Arena 

Savannah State University 

Savannah, Georgia 


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Mission Statement 

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The University's mission is to graduate students prepared to perform at higher levels of 
economic productivity, social responsibility, and excellence in their chosen fields of endeavor 
in a changing global community. The educational goal is realized through program 
offerings in the College of Business Administration, the College of Liberal Arts and Social 
Sciences, and the College of Sciences and Technology, which lead to baccalaureate, and 
master's degrees.... 


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History of Savannah State University 

On November 26, 1890, enabling legislation was passed by the Georgia General Assembly to establish 
a school for the education and training of colored students, which was to operate as a part of the 
University of Georgia. One hundred and seventeen years later, the college has become Savannah 
State University, the oldest public historically black university in Georgia. 

With land acquired by the mandate of the Second Morrill Land Grant Act of August 30, 1890, a 
preliminary session of the new college was held in the Baxter Street School Building in Athens, 
Georgia, with Richard Robert Wright, Sr., as principal. On October 7, 1891, the new college, 
named the Georgia State Industrial College for Colored Youths, moved to its present location in 
Thunderbolt, Georgia. Wright was president and there were five faculty members: Loring B. Palmer, 
A.B.; Frank Cobb, A.B.; Alexander Ashton; Reverend Leigh B. Maxwell, A.B.; Reverend James M. 
Simms, proctor and steward; and Decatur Suggs, vice-president. 

Wright was the first of 12 presidents to lead this illustrious institution. The university awarded its first 
baccalaureate degree to Richard R. Wright, Jr., in 1898. He went on to become the first black man 
to receive the Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania (1911), and later to become 
the president of historic Wilberforce University. During Wright's tenure as president (1890-1921), 
President William McKinley (1898) and President William Howard Taft (1912) visited the campus 
and spoke to students and faculty in the Peter W Meldrim Hall. 

Cyrus Gilbert Wiley, class of 1899, and the first alumnus to become president of the university 
( 1 92 1 - 1926), followed Wright. Benjamin F. Hubert, who came to Georgia State College from Tuskegee 
Institute, served as president from 1926-1947. It was during his tenure that the college became a full- 
time degree granting institution, without high school and normal programs, and became a member 
of the University System of Georgia (1932). The name of the college was changed to Georgia State 
College in 1932. In 1950, the name of the college was changed to Savannah State College and in 
1996, the name was changed to Savannah State University. 

The Significance Of The Academic Mace 

Observing the centuries-old convocation procedures, each Marshal in the Savannah State University 
Academic Procession carries an official mace, which is indicative of the power, dignity, and magisterium 
vested in the University. The mace is a club-shaped staff that originated in the Middle Ages as 
a weapon. Eventually, it gained a ceremonial character and is presently employed most often by 
legislative forums and academic enterprises. 

The official mace and stand of Savannah State University were designed and made from mahogany 
wood by Dr. Ernest S. Brown, Associate Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering Technology. 

The University motto is "Lux Et Veritas" (Light and Truth). 


Academic Regalia 

Modern academic dress has evolved from a type of apparel prescribed by English Medieval Universities 
to distinguish their schools from the lay person in dress at a time when everybody wore robes or gowns. 
When American colleges and universities desired to adopt some suitable system of academic apparel a 
half century ago, it seemed best to agree on some definite system which all might follow. Accordingly, 
this attire has consisted of the cap, the gown, and the hood, the latter two now differing according to 
the degree the wearer has received. 

The modern cap, in academic dress, has the same design for all degrees: black and square-shaped 
with a tassel hanging from the center. However, the color of the tassel usually differentiates the field 
of study for which the degree was granted, the gold tassel being worn by doctors or by presidents of 
colleges and universities; but it may be added that the black tassel is correct for all degrees. 

The gown, unlike the cap, differs appreciably in design according to the degree conferred on the 
wearer. The gown for the bachelor's degree has pointed sleeves. It is designed to be worn closed. The 
gown for the master's degrees, worn open or closed, has an oblong sleeve, open at the wrist, like the 
others. The sleeve base hangs down in the traditional manner. The rear part of its oblong shape is 
square cut, and the front part has an arc cut away. The doctor's gown, worn open or closed, has long 
sleeves faced with velvet; three bars of velvet are midway the sleeves. The trimmings of the doctor's 
gown may be black or the color associated with the field of study. 

The hood, while not an article of dress, is however, the most distinctive feature of the academic 
attire. It is a black, crow-shaped badge or adornment with an oval opening and worn down the back. 
It enables one to quickly determine not only the degree held by the wearer but also the college or 
university from which he is graduated. The colors lining the hood and the size and the shape of the 
hood make this distinction. The bachelor's and master's hoods are three feet and three and a half feet 
in length, respectively; the doctor's hood is four feet in length and is made with a wide panel. Hoods 
may be worn for only those degrees actually held by the wearers. 

Members of the governing body of a college or university, and they only, whatever their degrees may 
be, are entitled to wear doctor's gowns (with black velvet), but their hoods may be only those of 
degrees actually held by the wearers or those especially prescribed for them by the institution. 

In some colleges and universities, it is customary for the president, chancellor, or chief officer to wear 
a costume similar to that worn by the head of a foreign university. 

The chief marshal may wear a specially designed costume approved by the institution. 

For all academic purposes, including trimmings of doctor's gowns, edging of hoods, and tassels of caps, 
the color associated with different subjects as prescribed by the revised American Intercollegiate 
Code is as follows: 

Arts, Letters, Humanities White Oratory (Speech) Silver Gray 

Business Drab Philosophy Dark Blue 

Economics Copper Physical Education Sage Green 

Education Light Blue Public Administration Peacock Blue 

Law Purple Science Golden Yellow 

Library Science Lemon Social Work Citron 

Music Pink Theology Scarlet 

At Savannah State University, the lining of the hood has an orange chevron on a blue background to 
represent school colors. A faculty member wears the color of his alma mater. 


Order of Procession 

The Chief Marshal 

The Class Marshals 

Candidates for Master's Degrees 

Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees 

Faculty Emeriti 

The Faculty 

The Presidential Party 

The academic regalia, the academic processional, and the ceremonial program are part of 
an ancient tradition of learning. This tradition is a unified, solemn occasion at which only 
applause is appropriate. 

The audience is asked to refrain from any other form of expression and to reserve 
celebrations until the program is concluded. 

Order of Exercises 

Earl G. Yarbrough Sr., Ph.D., President 



* Academic Procession 


"War March of the Priests" 

Professor Nan Poole Spicer, Organist 

Felix Mendelssohn 
Professor Nan Poole Spicer, Organist 


Bishop Thomas Sills 

Sweetfield of Eden Baptist Church 


"A Jubilant Song" by Alan Pote 

The Savannah State University Alumni Men's Glee Club 

Co-Directors, Rose O. Smith and Lawrence Hutchins 

Introduction Of Platform Guests 
And Introduction Of Speaker 

Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough Sr. 

Commencement Address 

Dr. Otis S. Johnson 

Mayor, City of Savannah 


'Little Innocent Lamb" arr. by Marshall Bartholomew 

The Savannah State University Alumni Men's Glee Club 

Co-Directors, Rose O. Smith and Lawrence Hutchins 

Presentation Of Candidates 

For The Master Of 

Business Administration Degree 

Dr. Chellu S. Chetty 

Dean, Graduate Studies and Sponsored Research 

Presentation Of Candidates 

For The Master Of 

Public Administration Degree 

Dr. Chellu S. Chetty 

Presentation Of Candidates 
For The Master Of Science In 
Urban Studies Degree 

Presentation Of Candidates 
For The Master Of Science In 
Marine Sciences Degree 

Dr. Chellu S. Chetty 

Dr. Chellu S. Chetty 

Conferring Of Master's Degrees Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough Sr. 

Assisted by Dr. Chellu S. Chetty, Mr. Adrian Cornelius, Dean of Enrollment Management and 

Mrs. Linda Crossman, Registrar 


Order of Exercises 


Of Undergraduate Deans 

Presentation Of Candidates 
For The Baccalaureate Degree 

College of Business Administration 
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences 
College of Sciences and Technology 

Dr. Larry D. Stokes 

Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Dr. Mostafa H. Sarhan, Dean 

Dr. Jane M. Gates, Dean 

Dr. Kuppuswamy Jayaraman, Acting Dean 

Conferring Of Baccalaureate Degrees Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough Sr. 

Assisted by the Academic Deans, Mr. Adrian Cornelius, Dean of Enrollment Management and 

Mrs. Linda Crossman, Registrar 

President's Charge To The Graduates 
Alumni Induction 

Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough Sr. 

Mrs. Alvernia Wilson Jackson 

Recording Secretary, Savannah State University National Alumni Association 

Alma Mater* 



"Pomp and Circumstance" 

Professor Nan Poole Spicer, Organist 

Bishop Thomas Sills 

Sir Edward Elgar 
Professor Nan Poole Spicer, Organist 

Savannah State College Hymn 

Original words and music by J. Randolph Fisher and Hillary Hatchett 

Let us give thanks and praises to 

Our Alma Mater, S.S.U. 

Thine honor, pride, and eminence. 

We raise in prayerful reverence. 

Guide us still from day to day, 

Be Thou mindful lest we lose our way; 

Help us know that life, short or long, 

Means unceasing work for weak and strong. 


Where Savannah meets the sea, 

Where grassy plains and palms abound, 

Where the Flow 'rs are gems of loveliness, 

There S.S. U. is found. 

We adore each beauteous scene and hall, 

Our all we pledge to Thee! 

In our hearts we 11 build a shrine for You 

We hail Thee, S.S.U. ! 

Lyrical Revision by Ms. LaGina M. Frazier 

*The audience is requested to stand. 

**The audience is requested to sit and to remain seated until the recession has exited. 


Mayor Otis S. Johnson I City of Savannah 


Otis S. Johnson is a graduate of Armstrong-Atlantic State University 
and the University of Georgia. He earned the Master of Social Work 
degree from Clark Atlanta University in 1969 and the Ph.D. degree 
in Social Welfare from the Heller School at Brandeis University in 
1980. At Cambridge College's 2007 Commencement Ceremony, Mayor 
Johnson was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. 

Mayor Johnson is nationally known in the field of community building 
and youth development. He was Executive Director of the Chatham- 
Savannah Youth Futures Authority, an Annie E. Casey Foundation 
initiative, from 1988-1998. He currently serves on the National League 
of Cities Council on Youth, Education, and Families and is a member 
of the boards of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation and MDC. He 
served as an elected official on the Savannah City Council (1983-1988), 
the Savannah Chatham County Board of Public Education ( 1998-2002), 
and was an At-Large member of the Georgia Municipal Association's 
Board of Directors (2004-2007). 

Mayor Johnson was hired by Savannah State University in 1971 to 
establish an undergraduate program in social work. He achieved that 
goal and the program was accredited by the Council on Social Work 
Education in 1984. He was on the faculty of Savannah State University 
for 26 years and retired from the position of Dean of the College of 
Liberal Arts and Social Sciences in 2002. 

Mayor Johnson is the 64 th Mayor of the City of Savannah and is currently 
serving his 2 nd term. He was sworn in, as the second African American 
Mayor, on January 3, 2004 and again on January 2, 2008. 


college of business administration 

Master of Business Administration 

Ricardo Brown | Albany Slate University 

Shetia Catrice Butler | Savannah State University 

Eric McBeth | Savannah State University 

Patricia Perry Ogden | Savannah State University 

Karen Wilds | Brewton Parker College 

Master of Public Administration 

Tennielle Latres Hawkins | Wright State University 

Caroline Dyshan Moore | Savannah State University 

Amorette Felice Murphy | Benedict College 

Master of Science in Urban Studies 
Paschall Miller | Saint Leo University 


Master of Science in Marine Sciences 

Laura Marie Birsa | Saint Francis College 

Olethes Evita Gardiner | Savannah State University 

Christopher Aaron Kalinowsky | University of South Carolina 



Ashley Murrelle All*! | Savannah, Georgia Shamel Javon Kemp | Savannah, Georgia 

Tanya Rae Burney | Richmond Hill, Georgia Charee Monchel McGirt* | Hinesville, Georgia 

Rhonda Elaine Clark | Savannah, Georgia Michelle Genee Medley | Stone Mountain, Georgia 

James Richard Comfort** | Newfane, New York Christel Jean Murray*** | PortWentworth, Georgia 

Felisha Monique Famble* I Savannah, Georgia Brandy C. T. Ross | Savannah, Georgia 

Travis J. Greatheart | Savannah, Georgia LaQuite Nicole Smith | Hinesville, Georgia 

Amekquea Quasheka Markita Johnson | Savannah, Georgia Stefanie Sabrina Takenaka | Savannah, Georgia 

Computer Information Systems 
Ashley Diane Boatner | Atlanta, Georgia Vanessa Ann Roberson | Dublin, Georgia 

Lazarius Zendell Coleman | Hinesville, Georgia Amanda Natasha Walton | Elherton, Georgia 

Willis Dell j Harrison, Georgia Monica Michelle Wilson | Savannah, Georgia 

Michael Holmes, Jr. | Savannah, Georgia 

***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude *Cum Laude ! In Absentia 

Kendra Nashe Cochran | Savannah, Georgia 
Delois Jean Dingle | Savannah, Georgia 
LaBritt Jermile Goodwin | Hephzihah, Georgia 
Jamel V. Gray* | Savannah, Georgia 
Cassidy Elise Jenkins | Snellville, Georgia 
Morris DaMeek Johnson | Savannah. Georgia 
Shenna Mari Jones | Bartow, Georgia 



Jason Maurice Kidd | Hampton, Virginia 

Akeina Renee Singletary I Decatur, Georgia 

Cherry K. Stallworth | Savannah, Georgia 

Jasmine Jackson Thomas* | Savannah, Georgia 

Jessie Eileen Withey*** | Savannah, Georgia 

Mutassa Ashee Young | Savannah, Georgia 

Michelle Monique Allen* | Smyrna, Georgia 
Patrick Maurice Burns* | Savannah, Georgia 
Deidra Marie David | Savannah, Georgia 
Moses Deroy Everett III | Thomasville, Georgia 


Brian W. Hunter* | Savannah, Georgia 
Kristi Arvonne Jones | Ellenwood, Georgia 
Joi Elaine Morgan | Atlanta, Georgia 
Wali Nazeeh Rasheed | Snellville, Georgia 


Behavior Analysis 

LaQuinta Nicole Carter* | Warrenton, Georgia 
Janiah Tonette Davis | Hephzibah, Georgia 
Letitia Lavette Evans** | East Dublin, Georgia 
Valencia Alexis Sade Handy | Augusta, Georgia 
Angela Denise Harrington* | Savannah, Georgia 
LaTronya Hollingsworth* I Savannah, Georgia 
Shantee Shenell Collins Lemon | Decatur, Georgia 

Dana Jermaine Mosley | Sylvania, Georgia 
Sally Pom* | Lake City, Georgia 
Marquice Tanille Pullen I Dublin, Georgia 
Mambu Samukai Sherman* | Lawrenceville, Georgia 
Erika Monique Thornton | Hinesville, Georgia 
Teri-Ann Nicole Williams* | Lithonia, Georgia 

Criminal Justice 

VanNessa AVion David** | Savannah, Georgia 
Earnestine Hilson* I Sandersville, Georgia 
Julius Lester Moore! | Richmond Hill, Georgia 
Marcus Renaldo Mosby | Riverdale, Georgia 
Gwendolyn Hope Royal** | Savannah, Georgia 

Ashley Herndon Scott | Lithonia, Georgia 
Erank Rafeal Usher | Fairburn, Georgia 
Jeffery Walker, Jr.** | East Dublin, Georgia 
Angela Renee Williams | Savannah, Georgia 
C assondr a Lynelle Wright** | Savannah, Georgia 

English, Language & Literature 

Quintina Christine Burroughs* | Stone Mountain, Georgia Britney Alaina Miller | Greensboro, Georgia 
Tiffany Rebecca Fletcher | Savannah, Georgia Alisa Louise Swain* | Lithonia, Georgia 

Shawon Nicole McCoy* | Shiloh, Georgia 


Jonathan David Lehman | Versailles, Kentucky 

***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude *Cum Laude ! In Absentia 



Mass Communications 

Tamara Renee Bentley I Hardeeville, South Carolina 
Daniel Milton Coleman | Macon, Georgia 
Tiffany Rebecca Fletcher | Savannah, Georgia 
Chasity Ellanese Gathers | Atlanta, Georgia 
Natalie Michele George | Jonesboro, Georgia 
Alfred Charles Godfrey, Jr. | Sharpsburg, Georgia 

Montrez Terrel Jenkins | Sparta, Georgia 
Arthur C. Lusby | Grayson, Georgia 
Tiffany Marie McClenton | Albany, Georgia 
Krystal Lorraine Palmer | Stone Mountain, Georgia 
Ronalda Alvita Smith | Savannah, Georgia 
John Derrell Young | Savannah, Georgia 

Political Science 

Dana Michelle Allred | Laurel, Maryland Brandon Lynn Lewis | Midway, Georgia 

Aleen Nicole Humphrey | Hinesville, Georgia Ebonie Caprice Northcutt* | Savannah, Georgia 

Ashley Marie King | Moreno Valley, California 

Social Work 

Shenika LaToya Loyd | Dublin, Georgia Susan Kimberly Ryncavage! | Savannah, Georgia 
Jennifer Latrell Marshall | Savannah, Georgia 

Jillian Dion Bradfield | Union City, Georgia 
Che'ree Monique Campbell | Riceboro, Georgia 
Randell Ashley Jones | Savannah, Georgia 
Sharieka Lashae Kirkland I Atlanta, Georgia 


Tiffany R. Spikes | Savannah, Georgia 
Monique Nichelle Thorpe | Darien, Georgia 
Terlika Shanta Woodard I Toomsboro, Georgia 
Scidera Nicole Woods | Austell, Georgia 

Visual and Performing Arts 

Janika LaFaye Davis | Riverdale, Georgia 

Rahime Hassan Knight | Saint Croix, Virgin Island 



Sharmika Allen | Hephzibah, Georgia 

Sherina Latrice Bacon* | College Park, Georgia 

Dana Marie Burgio** | Brooklet, Georgia 

Wesley Bernard Burkes* | Hinesville, Georgia 

Marcus Benjamin Christian-Hendrickson! | Saint Croix, 

Virgin Island 
Kanika Kentrell Cooper* | Wrens, Georgia 
William Arthur Daly | Sorrento, Florida 
Katie Ieacou Dixon | Covington, Georgia 
Myeisha Davette Durant** I Savannah, Georgia 
Linda Nneka Ezeh** | Savannah, Georgia 

Kristina Marvelle Grant** | Savannah, Georgia 
Karissa Niphore Grier** I Decatur, Georgia 
Andrea A. Hall-Houston* | Savannah, Georgia 
Taion Chelin Lucas* | Savannah, Georgia 
Jessica Andrea Maocha* | Savannah, Georgia 
Bianca Nicole Mason* | Decatur, Georgia 
Kimberly Tyese McBride | Hephzibah, Georgia 
Shakisha Renalda-Davis Nobles | Savannah, Georgia 
Dustin Jerod Plummer I East Dublin, Georgia 
Shaneka LaShay Scott | Savannah, Georgia 
Ebony Lorraine STEVERSOn | Savannah, Georgia 


Victoria LaSundra Bailey* | Atlanta, Georgia 
***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude 

*Cum Laude 

! In Absentia 



Civil Engineering Technology 

Wayne Robert Alleyne Jr. | Saint Croix, Virgin Island Crystal Anique Ives-Powell* | Junction, New York 
Gavin Louis Carey | Pooler, Georgia Michael V. Maxwell | Savannah, Georgia 

Corey Antawn Dreissen | Savannah, Georgia John Robert Mayes II | Savannah, Georgia 

Jonathan Eady | Savannah, Georgia Roscoe Charles Smith III | Claxton, Georgia 

Computer Science Technology 

Adrian Thomas Long j Greensboro, North Carolina Gettis Cortez McGhee, Jr. | Sandersville, Georgia 

Shekevia Shantrell Manning* | Augusta, Georgia Trenes Jacobu Smith | Odenton, Maryland 

Electronics Engineering Technology 

Dionte L. Hall* | Jonesboro, Georgia Antonio Richmond Jr. | Douglasville, Georgia 

Marcus Dewayne Harris | Montgomery, Alabama William Sterling Jr. | Hinesville, Georgia 

Tao Rayniece Harris | Atlanta, Georgia 

Environmental Science 

Cydney Nichelle Hill* j Lithonia, Georgia 

Marine Science 

Jennifer Lynne Kinney* | Temple, Georgia Katie Elizabeth Watson | Savannah, Georgia 

Shanell R. Moss! | Savannah, Georgia 

Kimberly Antoinette Jones*** | Snellville, Georgia Tiffany Nicole Smith! | Albany, Georgia 

Tyron Deshaun Kirkland I Alpharetta, Georgia Shakira Jeree Spencer** | Savannah, Georgia 

Danielle Shivoyne Sampson* | Lawrenceville, Georgia Alicia Lashon Ware * | Union City, Georgia 

NOTE: Appearance of name on any list in this program must not be considered as conclusive evidence of graduation. 
Persons who have met all requirements for a particular degree and whose names appear on the lists in this program wil 
receive the degree indicated. 

***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude *Cum Laude ! In Absentia 


Honor Graduates 

Dana Marie Burgio 
James Richard Comfort 

Van 'Ness a A'Vion David 
Myeisha Davette Durant 
Letitia Lavette Evans 
Linda Ezeh 

Summa Cum Laude 

(3.75 - 4.00) 
Kimberly Antoinette Jones 
Christel Jean Murray 
Jessie Eileen Withey 

Magna Cum Laude 
(3.4 -3.74) 

Ashley Murrelle All 
Michelle Monique Allen 
Sherina Latrice Bacon 
Victoria L. Bailey 
Wesley Bernard Burkes 
Patrick Maurice Burnes 
Quintina Christine Burroughs 
Laquinta Nicole Carter 
Kanika Kentrell Cooper 
Eelisha Monique Famble 
Jamel V. Gray 
Dionte L. Hall 
Andrea A. Hall-Houston 
Angela Denise Harrington 
Cydney Nichelle Hill 
Earnestin Hilson 
Latronya Hollingsworth 

Cum Laude 
(3.00 - 3.39) 

Kristina Marvelle Grant 
Karissa Niphore Grier 
Gwendolyn Hope Royal 
Shakira Jeree Spencer 
Jeffery Walker 
Cassondra Lynelle Wright 

Brian W. Hunter 
Crystal Anique Ives-Powell 
Jennifer Lynne Kinney 
Taion Chelin Lucas 
Shekevia Shantrell Manning 
Jessica Andrea Maocha 
Bianca Nicole Mason 
Shawon Nicole McCoy 
Charee Monchel McGirt 
Ebonie Caprice Northcutt 
Sally Pom 

Danielle Shivoyne Sampson 
Mambu Samukai Sherman 
Alisa Louise Swain 
Jasmine Jackson Thomas 
Alicia Lashon Ware 
TeriAnn Nicole Williams 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

Laura Marie Birsa Jennifer Lynne Kinney 

Dana Marie Burgio Christel Jean Murray 

Kristina Marvelle Grant Gwendolyn Hope Royal 

Kimberly Antoinette Jones Carry Jana Smith 

Jessie Eileen Withey 


Honor Graduates 


s Richard Comfort 
Van 'Ness a A'Vi 
Myeisha D 
Letitia L 

Magna Cum Laude 
(3.4 -3.i 

una Marvelle Grant 
Karissa Nipkore Grier 
Gwendol\n Hope Royal 
Shakira Jeref Spencer 
Jeffery Walker 
Cassondra Lynelle Wright 


Ashley Murrelle All 
Michelle Monique Allen 
Sherina Latrice B 
Victoria L. B 

Felisha Moniqi 
Jamel V. Gray 
Dionte L. Hall 
Andrea A. H 
Angela Di 
Cydney Nichelle i 
Earnestin Hilson 
Latronya Hollingsworth 

Brian W. Hunter 
Crystal Anique Ives-Powell 
Jennifer Lynne Kinney 
Taion Chelin Lucas 
Shekevia Shantrell Manning 
Jessica Andrea Maocha 
Bianca Nicole Mason 
Shavvon Nicole McCoy 
Charee Monchel McGirt 
Ebonie Caprice Northcutt 
Sally Pom 

Shivoyne Sampson 
Mambu Samukai Sherman 
Alisa Louise Swain 

I kson Thomas 

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he Williams 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

Marie Birsa Jennifer Lynne Ki 

Christel Jean Mi 

Gwei Royal 

Kimbi Smith